Charlotte Luff

Charlotte received her BSc in Biomedical Science from King’s College London and her MRes in Experimental Neuroscience from Imperial College London. While a PhD student at Imperial, and focusing on investigating the non-invasive temporal interference (TI) brain stimulation technique that was developed here at MIT, Charlotte became a visiting student in the Synthetic Neurobiology group, where she used automated patch-clamp techniques to investigate the neurophysiological mechanisms that govern and limit TI brain stimulation.